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Red Hat: 'up2date' gpg signature verification vulnerability  08 August 2003 
up2date versions 3.0.7 and 3.1.23 incorrectly check RPM GPG signatures. These are the versions found in Red Hat Linux 8.0 and 9.
RedHat: postfix multiple vulnerabilities  04 August 2003 
Two security issues have been found in Postfix that affect the Postfixpackages in Red Hat Linux 7.3, 8.0, and 9.
RedHat: wu-ftpd off-by-one vulnerability  01 August 2003 
An off-by-one bug has been discovered in versions of wu-ftpd up to andincluding 2.6.2.
RedHat: openssh information leak vulnerability  29 July 2003 
Under certainconditions, OpenSSH versions prior to 3.6.1p1 reject an invalidauthentication attempt without first attempting authentication using PAM.
RedHat: stunnel Signal vulnerability  25 July 2003 
Updated stunnel packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.2, 7.3,and 8.0. These updates correct a potential vulnerability in stunnel'ssignal handling.
RedHat: semi arbitrary code execution vulnerability  24 July 2003 
A vulnerability in semi version 1.14.3 and earlier allows an attackerto overwrite arbitrary files with potentially arbitrary contents using theprivileges of the user running Emacs and semi.
RedHat: mozilla heap overflow vulnerability  21 July 2003 
A heap-based buffer overflow in Netscape and Mozilla allows remoteattackers to execute arbitrary code via a jar: URL referencing amalformed .jar file, which overflows a buffer during decompression.
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